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NYC Off-Broadway Week Presented by mastercard® Returns This Winter Offering 2-For-1 Tickets 

Winter Program Returns With 31 Productions Including Over a Dozen New Shows, February 12 through March 3

New York City (January 30, 2024) — New York City Tourism + Conventions, New York City’s official destination marketing organization and convention and visitors bureau today announced the return of NYC Off-Broadway WeekSM, presented by Mastercard®, with 2-for-1 ticket sales to 31 Off-Broadway shows, available at The biannual program, which features over a dozen new shows, runs February 12–March 3, 2024.

“This season’s Off-Broadway Week features 17 new productions, showcasing some of the City’s most innovative theaters at an incredible value,”

Said New York City Tourism + Conventions President and CEO Fred Dixon.

“The Off-Broadway League has been our program partner for 16 years running; their support allows us to deliver a rich experience for audiences and has created opportunities for hundreds of productions over those years.”

Participating shows in NYC Off-Broadway Week Winter 2024 include:

  • A Perfect Peace *
  • All The Devils Are Here
  • The Apiary *
  • Blue Man Group
  • Brooklyn Laundry *
  • Cinderella The Musical
  • Dead Outlaw *
  • Drunk Shakespeare
  • Eva Luna
  • Five The Parody Musical *
  • Friel Project – Aristocrats *
  • Friends! The Musical Parody
  • Gazillion Bubble Show
  • Hotel Happy *
  • Jack Tucker: Comedy Standup Hour *
  • Jonah *
  • La Breve Y Maravillosa Vida De Oscar Wao
  • The Life And Slimes Of Marc Summers *
  • Make Me Gorgeous *
  • Munich Medea: HAPPY FAMILY *
  • Nicole Travolta Is Doing Alright *
  • Nina Conti: The Dating Show *
  • The Office! A Musical Parody
  • Perfect Crime
  • Pericles *
  • Play That Goes Wrong
  • Radojka
  • Singfeld! A Musical About Nothing
  • Tennessee Williams’s The Night Of The Iguana *
  • Titanique
  • White Rose: The Musical *

New participants in NYC Off-Broadway Week.
“We are proud to have over 30 Off-Broadway productions take part in this year’s NYC Off-Broadway Week program,” said Casey York, President of The Off-Broadway League.

“For over a decade, this biannual program has allowed our productions to continue to showcase the intimate setting and diversity that is inherent to the Off-Broadway community, captivating both New Yorkers and visitors alike.”

Participating Off-Broadway shows can be sorted by filters including Genre (Comedy, Drama, Kid-Friendly, Magic, Musical, Play), Audience (Adults Only, Family–All Ages, Not for Younger Children (5+), Teens and Adults), Borough and Neighborhood at

The Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment has partnered with New York City Tourism + Conventions as a sponsor of NYC Off-Broadway Week.

Since its launch in 2009, over 800 Off-Broadway productions have participated in NYC Off-Broadway Week. The program has also generated nearly $5 million in revenue through sales; over 120,000 tickets have been sold. New York City’s economic recovery continued in 2023 with 61.8 million travelers arriving in the City—marking a recovery of 93% of the City’s record 2019 visitation levels.

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About New York City Tourism + Conventions:
New York City Tourism + Conventions is the official destination marketing organization and convention and visitors bureau for the City of New York, dedicated to maximizing travel and tourism opportunities throughout the five boroughs, building economic prosperity and spreading the positive image of New York City worldwide. For all there is to do and see in New York City, visit

About The Off-Broadway League:
The Off-Broadway League was founded in 1959 to foster theatrical productions produced in Off-Broadway theatres (productions in Manhattan in venues with 100–499 seats), to assist in the voluntary exchange of information among its members, and to serve as a collective voice of its membership in pursuit of these goals. In the recent years the League has grown to represent an average of 150 individual members and theatres and 100 non-for-profit and commercial shows per season.

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